Check out my first YouTube appearance on The Performance Kitchen and learn a little bit more about me and how to cook this delicious power bowl recipe!
Prep: 5 minutes
Bake: 20 minutes
Firstly, Happy Canadian Thanksgiving Everyone!! Thanksgiving is about celebrating the harvest and other blessings of the past year with family and friends. I have so much to be thankful for and am excited to share this year’s Thanksgiving feast with an old friend of mine who lives up north near the Lake District here in England. Kelly is preparing a feast today and I cannot wait to indulge!
Starting tomorrow however, I will be attempting a sugar free diet for the rest of the month. And I challenge you to be conscious of your sugar intake as well.
Until doing some research, I would have said I have a very low sugar diet. I don’t have much of a sweet tooth and I make most of my meals and snacks with no added sugar. It turns out however, that though my sugar intake may be lower than average, it is much higher than the recommended daily sugar intake, which is 6-9 teaspoons.
Going sugar free was my roommate Kailee’s idea after a recent chocolate binge in Switzerland (can’t blame her!). We have been reading up on it and plan to use many of the recipes and advice provided from Deliciously Ella.
At a high-level, here are a few high-sugar items which you should consider cutting out of your diet completely…
Getting more meticulous, keep an eye on your intake of the following very nutritious but high in sugar foods…
Yesterday I had a proper play in the kitchen and for the first time baked something without following a recipe. I couldn’t be happier with the result!
Inspired by banana pancakes, here is the recipe to my healthy banana muffins – no salt, no processed sugars, no oils, limited fat and natural sweeteners.
Prep: 10 minutes
Bake: 20 minutes
Result: 12 deliciously healthy muffins